March 20 Update
At this time, Overlake summer camps are still scheduled to run as originally planned and registration is still open. We recognize there is a chance we may need to cancel or modify our camps or schedule as the situation evolves. Student and employee health and safety are our top priorities.
In the event we have to cancel any camps due to COVID-19, or if any student is unable to attend camp due to COVID-19, we will provide a full refund. We will continue to monitor the recommendations from the state health department and will provide another update by May 1.
Summer is a great time for students to pursue their passions, make new friends, and expand their skills. Students in Overlake's Summer Program create, collaborate, and challenge themselves in a fun and relaxed environment.
The Summer Program is open to Overlake students as well as the public. Most camps are taught by Overlake teachers and are open to students entering grades 3 through 8 in the 2020-21 school year. Overlake runs morning camps from 9:00-12:00 and afternoon camps from 1:00-4:00. Campers are welcome to come for the full day, pairing a morning option with an afternoon one. Full-day campers stay for lunch in-between the sessions, eating together before participating in games and activities before transitioning to afternoon camps.
Registration opens on January 31!
3rd & 4th Grades
Grades 3-4 | Third and fourth grade camps are open to students who will enter 3rd or 4th grade starting in the fall of 2020. Our interdisciplinary, theme-based camps will provide engaging and substantive learning opportunities in a fun and relaxed environment.
View 3rd & 4th Grade offerings.
Grades 5-8 | Discover a fun, learning adventure this summer during a variety of camps. Overlake’s Middle School camps engage students in project-based, hands-on learning experiences in a variety of disciplines. Middle School Camps are open to students entering 5th through 8th grades in the 2020-21 school year.
View Middle School offerings.
Grades 9-10 | Overlake offers an Accelerated Geometry course for credit (open to rising 9th and 10th graders).
View Upper School offerings.